Molly M. King
Molly M. King
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Santa Clara University
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The role of gender in scholarly authorship
JD West, J Jacquet, MM King, SJ Correll, CT Bergstrom
PLOS ONE 8 (7), e66212, 2013
Men set their own cites high: Gender and self-citation across fields and over time
MM King, CT Bergstrom, SJ Correll, J Jacquet, JD West
Socius 3, 1-22, 2017
Turning on the Care Coordination Switch in Rural Primary Care: Voices From the Practices—Clinician Champions, Clinician Partners, Administrators, and Nurse Care Managers
LJ Fagnan, DA Dorr, M Davis, P McGinnis, J Mahler, MMC King, ...
The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 34 (3), 304-318, 2011
Institutionalizing Transparency
J Freese, MM King
Socius 4, 2378023117739216, 2018
A note on measuring gender homophily among scholarly authors
T Bergstrom, C Bergstrom, M King, J Jacquet, J West, S Correll
Health Inequality
SA Burgard, MM King
California: Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, 2014
Critical connectivity in banking networks
A Gupta, MM King, J Magdanz, R Martinez, M Smerlak, B Stoll
Santa Fe Institute, 2013
Health information technology
DA Dorr, MM King
Comprehensive Care Coordination for Chronically Ill Adults, 141, 2011
Why is there so much poverty in California? The causes of California’s sky-high poverty and the evidence behind the equal opportunity plan for reducing It
D Grusky, M Coddou, E Cumberworth, J Fisher, J Furuta, J Hill, ...
Stanford Center on Poverty & Inequality, 2015
The Pandemic Penalty: The gendered effects of COVID-19 on scientific productivity
MM King, M Frederickson
SocArXiv, 2020
REDI for Binned Data: A Random Empirical Distribution Imputation method for estimating continuous incomes
MM King
SocArXiv, 2020
Reducing Poverty in California… Permanently
C Collis, D Grusky, S Kimberlin, C Powers, S Sanchez, M Coddou, ...
Stanford Center on Poverty & Inequality, 2015
SA Burgard, MM King
Pathways, 49-54, 2015
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